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AMiquam-ETHZ-inspire paper published

In a joint paper published in August 2021 in Metals with our partners from ETHZ-inspire, we show that Eddy Currents are sensitive to minute variations (0.1%) of the porosity of LPBF samples. This confirms that our products can be used to monitor the LPBF process with a focus on the quality of the manufactured material.…
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Pulsate grant awarded to AMiquam

Very pleased to announce that AMiquam has received a grant from Pulsate for a joint project with IDEKO and MIZAR, see here PULSATE Community. After only 9 months of activity, AMiquam is obtaining a significant recognition from the additive manufacturing community. Together with 4 pilot projects completed, an important milestone has been reached end of…
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Testing lattice structures during LPBF

Metal lattices, for instance produced by additive manufacturing, are already impacting the metal industry – and will do so more and more – just think of weight reduction and the possibility to tailor the mechanical properties. However, these structures are extremely difficult to inspect with standard techniques. We are proud to share this in-situ inspection…
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ASTM E3166 standard on the NDT of metal AM components

In February 2020, ASTM has issued an important standard on the NDT of metal AM parts. In a summary table, the ASTM relates the possible defects found in metal AM parts to the appropriate NDT technique to detect them.

New projects granted with HES-SO Valais

We are delighted to annouce that our partner Prof. Haifa Sallem, from the HES-SO VS university has been granted a project on defect detection and characterisation in metallic AM parts, in collaboration with AMiquam.

AMiquam to present its results at the ASTM ICAM2020 conference

ASTM is one the most important body for the establishment of norms and standards in relation to the testing of materials.